Left-winger Bob Hurlburt played one game for the Vancouver Canucks in 1974-75. He was a solid grinder along the boards who went to the net effectively in a career spent mostly in the minors.
Born in Toronto, Hurlburt, played junior B with the North York Rangers in 1967-68. He then moved on to the OHA's Kitchener Rangers for two seasons before turning pro with the AHL's Quebec Aces in 1970-71. Hulburt then spent two years with the Richmond Robins in a largely defensive role.
After scoring 20 goals for the San Diego Gulls of the WHL in 1973-74, Hurlburt was signed by the Canucks to add depth to their farm system. Apart from his one game appearance in the NHL, the hard working winger spent most of the year with the CHL's Seattle Totems. He then sat out a year then played a few games for the senior Whitby Warriors before retiring in 1977.